After Moving To Dallas From The East Coast The Inventor Of Hoodfins, James Richards, Started Noticing All The Vehicles In The Area With Bullhorns And Cattle Skulls Used As Hood Ornaments. He Wanted To Be A Part Of This New Culture And be able to Display His Own Set Of Bullhorns On his Hood but man was it Costly And Time Consuming! Especially For Someone That Changes Cars Every Few Years. The Screw Holes That Hold The Bullhorns On Would obviously Need To Be Repaired And Repainted Since It's Unlikely The New Owner Would Want the same Bull Horns On Their Vehicle. This Is The Moment James Realized The Need For Vehicle Owners To Be Able To Display Their Personalities On The Hood Of Their Vehicle Without Having To Worry About Expensive Repairs. Thus, Hoodfins Was Born.